Moral imagination, estimation and judgement are themes in the repeating storylines in which our voices act. Unconsciously and sometimes consciously, we tell ourselves stories and listen to the voices of the past and the present, and sometimes we move ourselves to the future or another place.
In this way we inform ourselves on the possible crossroads, the paved higher grounds or soggy lowlands of our existence. Crossroads of the stories, of voices of our neighbours, our culture, religion or social networks or of the professional community of which you are a member.
I consider this moral orientation as an inner congress, which may or may not deliberately debates to determine what is the justest path for you to walk on.